Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction

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contents using your phone .. 1 getting to know your phone..22 additional safety information . 25 printed with soy ink using..the screen. getting to know your phone headset jack usb port power key earpiece front camera back...

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Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 1
Contents Using your phone .......................... 1   Getting to know your phone ..... 2   Onscreen icons ............................. 3   Before getting started ................. 4   Inserting a memory card ............ 4   Using the battery .......................... 5   Power on/off .................................. 7   Powering on................................... 7   Powering off................................... 7   Basic Operation ........................... 8   Screen control............................... 8   Open and close All Apps ........... 8   Home screen ................................. 9   Switch to a recently used application ......................................11   Display the dialing keypad .......13   Switch to sleep mode ................13   Wake up your phone..................14   Text Input ..................................... 15   Android Keyboard ...................... 15   Google TM voice typing .............. 16   Swype ............................................. 17   Network Applications ................ 18   Network connection .................. 18   Network connection mode ..... 18   Wi-Fi ............................................... 18   Bluetooth ® .................................... 19   Appendix ...................................... 21   Care and maintenance ............. 21   Consumer limited warranty .... 22   Additional safety information . 25   Printed with soy ink
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Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 2
Using your phone Thanks for choosing the Cricket Engage TM LT. It’s a CDMA2000 1X EVDO Digital Mobile Phone, which we will refer to as ‘phone’ from now on. Under Android TM Platform, the phone supports 3G high-speed internet access. Don’t worry if the pictures we use to demonstrate your phone’s functions look a little different from what you see on the screen. It’s the functions that matter. For more information about how to use your phone, refer to the System tutorial on the phone. To read the user manual, do as follows: 1. 2. 3. Hold the Power key to turn on your phone. Long touch the Tap the icon to unlock the screen. icon to open All Apps, then select Settings > About phone > System tutorial. 1 Using your phone
Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 3
Getting to know your phone Headset jack USB port Power key Earpiece Front camera Back camera Flashbulb Volume keys Touch screen Search Key Speaker Microphone Back key Menu key Home key Getting to know your phone 2
Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 4
Onscreen icons Icons Descriptions Signal strength Charging In a call You have an unread message. You have an unread G-mail. Vibration mode Connected to a PC Alarm clock on Wi-Fi function is on Icons Descriptions Full battery Low battery Missed calls You have an unread E-mail. Airplane mode Silent mode Music playing New calendar reminder Bluetooth ® function is on 3 Onscreen icons
Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 5
Before getting started Inserting a memory card 1. 2. 3. Open the battery cover and insert a memory card. Push tightly until the card is installed in the correct position and replace the back cover. Before you take out the card, please open the cover. Note: This mobile phone supports memory cards. For details on compatibility information of memory, please consult your manufacturer or supplier. Before getting started 4
Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 6
Using the battery Inserting the battery 1. 2. 3. Open the battery cover on the back of your phone. Align the battery's contact points with those of the phone and gently press the battery down into place. Replace the battery cover, clicking it back into position. Removing the battery 1. 2. 3. Switch off your phone. Open the battery cover. Lift the battery up and out of your phone. 5 Before getting started
Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 7
Charging the battery The rechargeable Li-ion battery that comes with your phone is ready to use but is not charged. That’s easy to do. We’ll show you how below. Recharge it fully on the first, initial charge. Then it's best to recharge Li-ion batteries when they are at 15-25%. 1. 2. Connect the charger to your phone and plug it into a 110V/220V socket. The battery indicator in the corner of the screen will scroll up and down to show you it’s charging. Please don’t worry if the phone and charger become warm while charging. That’s completely normal. When fully charged, the battery indicator will stop scrolling. Disconnect the charger from your phone and unplug. 3. 4. Before getting started 6
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Power on/off Powering on Long press the Power key until the power-on animation appears. Powering off Long press the Power key to display the menu and select Power off. 7 Power on/off
Cricket Engage LT Manual User Guide and Operating Instruction - page 9
Basic Operation Screen control You can control your phone through a series of operations on the screen. - Touch: You can touch the items on the screen to select, open the applications or use the keyboard to input characters. - Swipe or slide: Quickly move your finger across the surface of the screen, without pausing when you first touch (so you don't drag something instead). - Touch & hold: You can touch & hold some items to get the item’s available menu. - Drag: You can drag some items on the screen to realize some operations. - Switch between landscape mode and portrait mode: You can switch to the landscape mode by rotating your phone. The landscape mode is only available under some interfaces, such as text input interface, message viewing interface, etc. - Pinch: In some apps (such as Maps, Browser, and Gallery), you can zoom in and out by placing two fingers on the screen at once and pinching them together (to zoom out) or spreading them apart (to zoom in). Open and close All Apps On the home screen, touch the icon to open All Apps. After opening All Apps, touch an icon to enter the corresponding application. Touch the Back key to return to the previous screen. Touch the Home key to return to the home screen. Basic Operation 8
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Home screen Notification bar Drag the notification bar down from the top of the screen to open the notifications panel when your phone has been in idle mode. Google Search Just below the status and notification bars, it lets you search the internet. Touch TM Google to type your to search terms, or speak them. Phone People Messaging All Apps TM Status bar Shows the signal strength, battery status, etc. Icons Touch to open the relevant application. Browser Arrange & work with apps To see all your apps, touch the All Apps Icon From All Apps, you can: - Explore your widgets: Touch the widgets tab at the top of any All Apps screen. - Get more apps.: Touch the Play Store icon. 9 Basic Operation on any Home screen.
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